Tuesday, October 7, 2014 at 9:43 AM
Review our coverage of the major races on the ballot in Northeast Ohio this fall, from Congressional and statewide candidates to the race to succeed Ed FitzGerald as Cuyahoga County's chief executive. We'll be updating this page throughout the month.
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Democratic candidate Ed FitzGerald sat down for an interview with Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler. Watch the conversation on The State of Ohio.
In this radio piece, FitzGerald told Kasler that despite his campaign’s difficulties this summer and fall, he still has a case to make.
Meanwhile, Gov. John Kasich is running a low-key reelection campaign as the latest polling tilts strongly in his favor. He and Kasler talk about growth in low-wage jobs in Ohio and his plans for a tax on oil and gas drilling.
The race between Republican Secretary of State Jon Husted and his Democratic challenger, State Sen. Nina Turner, has centered on voting access. Libertarian Kevin Knedler is also challenging Husted for the office.
ideastream’s Tony Ganzer spoke about Ohio’s voting rules with state Republican Party chair Matt Borges and with a strong critic of the GOP’s position.
Republican Dave Yost is running for reelection against two opponents, Democratic State Rep. John Patrick Carney and Libertarian candidate Bob Bridges.
Republican incumbent Josh Mandel is defending his seat from Democratic State Rep. Connie Pillich.
Mandel did not agree to a sit-down interview. But he and Pillich did answer questions from the Plain Dealer editorial board. Listen to that conversation at Cleveland.com.
Republican County Councilman Jack Schron and Democratic State Rep. Armond Budish are running for the open seat vacated by Ed FitzGerald, the outgoing county executive.
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